publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

The Human Proteome Organization–Proteomics Standards Initiative Quality Control Working Group: Making Quality Control More Accessible for Biological Mass Spectrometry

Martin Eisenacher; Stefan Tenzer; David L. Tabb; Weimin Zhu; Reza M. Salek; Mathias Walzer; Wout Bittremieux;
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  • Published: 30 Mar 2017 Journal: Analytical Chemistry, volume 89, pages 4,474-4,479 (issn: 0003-2700, eissn: 1520-6882, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society (ACS)
To have confidence in results acquired during biological mass spectrometry experiments, a systematic approach to quality control is of vital importance. Nonetheless, until now, only scattered initiatives have been undertaken to this end, and these individual efforts have often not been complementary. To address this issue, the Human Proteome Organization–Proteomics Standards Initiative has established a new working group on quality control at its meeting in the spring of 2016. The goal of this working group is to provide a unifying framework for quality control data. The initial focus will be on providing a community-driven standardized file format for quality c...
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free text keywords: Analytical Chemistry, Control data, MEDLINE, Proteomics, Data science, File format, Proteomics Standards Initiative, Human proteome project, Chemistry, Use case
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